FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Webmail is an email service that can be accessed using a standard web browser. It contrasts with email service accessible through a specialised email client software. Examples of webmail providers are AOL Mail, Gmail, Mailfence, Outlook.com/Hotmail.com, Yahoo! Mail, IceWarp Mail Server and webmail.ie

Yes you can pay €4.00 per month regardless of VAT rates. All our payments are processed by Stripe Payments, another Irish Success story. Alternatively you can pay a Yearly subscription of €40 and get 12 months for the price of 10

Beside our main domain of webmail.ie we have the Irish version of every County in Ireland. If your passionate about your county what better way to show it

Much as we like the correct spelling of a word As Gaeilge fadas are just too difficult to implement. How do you place a fada on the letter A with an Iphone etc. That, unfortunately is why we don't use fadas. Also using a fada and not using a fada brings you to two very different email accounts.

In a small number of cases the domain name has already been registered. We went to the Genitive Case, an Tuiseal Ginideach from your school days to get the next best option.

There's no such thing as a free lunch. Some where along the line you "pay" for it through adverts, suggestions and information gleaned from your data. We do none of that and it costs time, effort and money to provide our webmail.ie service to you.

Absolutely. If your business is called Acme Bar and you use a .com you could be anywhere in the world.

By using a .ie domain your customers know you are Irish based.

By using a countyname.ie your email address becomes

acmebar@lochgarman.ie

Using yourname@yourcounty.ie says a lot about your business. The .ie signifies you are based in Ireland, with a .com you could be anywhere in the world. By using your county name it tells your customers that you are Irish and from / based in a particular county. If you are a plumber your address could be plumber@chiarrai.ie, it says it all.

Using yourname@yourcounty.ie says a lot about your business. The .ie signifies you are based in Ireland, with a .com you could be anywhere in the world. By using your county name it tells your customers that you are Irish and from / based in a particular county. If you are a plumber your address could be plumber@chiarrai.ie, it says it all.

Our price to you will not change when the VAT rate returns to 23%

We need to know what country the purchaser resides in for accounting purposes.